<p>FX didn't have any photos from last night's &quot;Louie,&quot;&nbsp;so here's guest star David Lynch in his &quot;Twin Peaks&quot;&nbsp;days.</p>

FX didn't have any photos from last night's "Louie," so here's guest star David Lynch in his "Twin Peaks" days.

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Review: 'Louie' - 'Late Show (Part 2)'

David Lynch, Jay Leno, Chris Rock and Clay Davis all contribute to Louie's quest

A review of last night's "Louie" coming up just as soon as I'm only ready for a Reagan joke...

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<p>Steve Buscemi as Nucky Thompson in &quot;Boardwalk Empire.&quot;</p>

Steve Buscemi as Nucky Thompson in "Boardwalk Empire."

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Review: Nucky goes full gangster in 'Boardwalk Empire' season 3

HitFix
B+
Readers
A-
Prohbition mob drama still great in individual moments, but hasn't taken the leap
"I'm a philanthropist now," Nucky Thompson insists in the third season premiere of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire." (It returns Sunday night at 9.)
 
"You're a gangster, plain and simple," he's told.
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<p>The &quot;Guys with Kids.&quot;</p>

The "Guys with Kids."

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Series premiere review: 'Guys with Kids' - 'Pilot'

What did everybody think of NBC's new sitcom?

I won't be writing reviews of every new fall show, but I did at least discuss "Guys with Kidswith Dan on today's podcast. We were not fans. For those of you who watched, what did you think? Were you happy to see Vanessa Huxtable back in an NBC family sitcom? Meadow Soprano doing lighter material? Cliff from "Bring It On" being all grown up? Anthony Anderson trying his hardest to earn the paycheck?

More importantly, do you find the idea of men having to take care of their own children as absolutely hi-larious as the "Guys with Kids" writers so obviously do? And will you watch again? Have at it.

Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, episode 148: 'Boardwalk Empire,' 'Revolution,' 'Mob Doctor' & more

Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, episode 148: 'Boardwalk Empire,' 'Revolution,' 'Mob Doctor' & more

Dan and Alan also weigh in on 'Guys with Kids' and the revamped 'Glee'

The

Time for a mid-week Firewall & Iceberg Podcast in which Dan and I start paddling into the waters of the fall TV season, with reviews of a mix of new and returning shows that are premiering a few weeks ahead of the real deluge.

As mentioned on the show, next week's podcast will be Tuesday or Wednesday at the earliest due to Rosh Hashanah.

The line-up: 

Second episodes of "Go On" and "New Normal" (00:01:10 - 00:02:45)
"Guys With Kids" (00:02:50 - 00:11:30)
"Glee" (00:11:30 - 00:22:35)
"Boardwalk Empire" (00:22:35 - 00:35:40)
"The Mob Doctor" (00:35:40 - 00:45:25)
"Revolution" (00:45:30 - 00:56:50)
Listener Mail - Worst Characters, Best Shows (00:57:40 - 01:13:20)
 
As always, you can subscribe to The Firewall & Iceberg Podcast over at the iTunes Store, where you can also rate us and comment on us. Or you can always follow our RSS Feed, download the MP3 file or stream it on Dan's blog.
 
And as always, feel free to e-mail us questions for the podcast.
<p>Jonathan Banks from &quot;Breaking Bad&quot;&nbsp;will be on &quot;Parks and Recreation.&quot;</p>

Jonathan Banks from "Breaking Bad" will be on "Parks and Recreation."

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Exclusive: 'Breaking Bad' co-star Jonathan Banks to guest star on 'Parks and Recreation'

The character actor will play Ben Wyatt's father

Mike Ehrmentraut is coming to "Parks and Recreation."

In an episode of the fifth season of "Parks and Rec," Jonathan Banks from "Breaking Bad" will play the father of Adam Scott's character, Ben Wyatt.

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<p>The &quot;Cougar Town&quot; crew is moving to TBS.</p>

The "Cougar Town" crew is moving to TBS.

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'Cougar Town' stars sing about January premiere date on TBS

And some very special guests, too

We've known since the spring that "Cougar Town" would be moving to TBS for its fourth season, and that the show would be returning sometime in 2013. Now we have a date — and, in typical "Cougar Town" fashion, a song to go tell you that date, sung by the cast and a bunch of very special friends of the show. Enjoy. And I look forward to the show coming back on January 8 (also Elvis's birthday).

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<p>Matthew Perry and Bill Cobbs go to a Laker game on &quot;Go On.&quot;</p>

Matthew Perry and Bill Cobbs go to a Laker game on "Go On."

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The Morning Round-Up: 'Go On' & 'The New Normal'

One new NBC sitcom runs in place while the other offers a few signs of improvement

Well, TV premieres are starting to roll out as we get deeper into September. The "Sons of Anarchy" premiere was last night, and here's Geoff Berkshire season premiere review. Meanwhile, after the jump I have quick thoughts on the second episodes of "Go On" and "The New Normal" coming up just as soon as I tell you what "Havana casual" means...

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<p>Monica Potter and Peter Krause in &quot;Parenthood.&quot;</p>

Monica Potter and Peter Krause in "Parenthood."

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Season premiere review: 'Parenthood' - 'Family Portrait'

Ray Romano takes a Braverman photo in a sweet, simple return

"Parenthood" is back after an absurdly long absence (the season 3 finale aired at the end of February), and I have a review of the season premiere coming up just as soon as I choke on an awkward segue...

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<p>When the Jets are part of an NFL&nbsp;doubleheader on CBS, your DVR won't be as affected.</p>

When the Jets are part of an NFL doubleheader on CBS, your DVR won't be as affected.

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CBS to start Sunday shows half-hour later to accommodate NFL doubleheaders

On many fall weekends, '60 Minutes' will officially start at 7:30, 'Good Wife' at 9:30, etc.

CBS is adjusting the way it schedules its Sunday primetime shows on weekends where the network airs an NFL doubleheader.

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<p>Janet Montgomery, center, with her &quot;Made in Jersey&quot; siblings</p>

Janet Montgomery, center, with her "Made in Jersey" siblings

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'Made in Jersey' star Janet Montgomery learns to talk like a Jersey girl

The English actress has to play a lawyer who grew up in the Garden State
Martina Garretti, the heroine of CBS' upcoming new drama "Made in Jersey" (it debuts on Sept. 28) is a Garden State girl through and through. She comes from a big family in Clifton, and though she commutes across the Hudson every day to work as a junior associate at a fancy Manhattan law firm, she doesn't try to hide her accent, her days as a prosecutor in Trenton, or any of her other Jersey roots.
 
The actress playing Martina, on the other hand? She has quite a bit to hide, as CBS went way outside the state — outside the country, in fact — to cast English actress Janet Montgomery to play the role. Montgomery has played Americans before, most recently as a San Francisco jewel thief on FOX's "Human Target," but never as the lead of a show, and never in an accent made so famous by Carmela Soprano and the women of "Real Housewives of New Jersey."
 
I sat down with Montgomery at the television critics press tour last month to ask about what she's learned about the region, whom her accent is based on, and more.
 
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